Category Archives: Christianity

When Having Two Married Parents Becomes “White Privilege”

Here’s a video about “white privilege” that activists and virtue signalers like to share on social media. If you watch it, you’ll find that the first two examples of “white privilege” are: Having two parents who are still married. If you … Continue reading

Posted in Christianity, white privilege | Tagged , | 5 Comments

Lashing Out at the Secular Case for Christianity.

Atheist Jerry Coyne posted as blog entry called, “A secular case for Christianity?” It’s a response to Tim DeRoche, who makes a secular case for Christianity.  So let me offer a couple of brief comments on Coyne’s response. Coyne writes: … Continue reading

Posted in atheism, Christianity, secular values | Tagged , , | 7 Comments

Goldilocks and Evidence for Christian Theism

Let me provide what I consider to be a significant piece of evidence for the truth of Christian theism. It all begins with the Goldilocks Principle.  Wikipedia describes it as follows: The Goldilocks principle is named by analogy to the … Continue reading

Posted in atheism, Christianity, evidence | Tagged , , | 1 Comment

Science and the Resurrection Belief are Not Incompatible

A common talking point among the New Atheists is the assertion that the resurrection of Jesus contradicts science and thus must be wrong. Yet this argument is seriously misguided, as it depends on a faulty understanding of both science and … Continue reading

Posted in Christianity, Resurrection, Science | Tagged , , | 32 Comments

Hating on Christians

Atheist PZ Myers posted a blog entry entitled, “You will know they are Christians by their flexible morality.”  He writes: A wealthy, well-connected real estate agent in the Ozarks decided to have her mother-in-law murdered……What’s interesting about it is the … Continue reading

Posted in Christianity, christophobia, social justice atheism | Tagged , , | 20 Comments

Is Free Speech a Christian Value?

I was thinking about the growing number of people who show contempt for free speech as they believe the State needs to silence opposing “dangerous” opinions. It is an approach that is alien to my way of thinking. Perhaps it … Continue reading

Posted in Christianity, free speech, postchristian world | Tagged , , | 22 Comments

Professor About to Lose His Faith Because of Trump

Say it ain’t so. A professor at Davidson College is about to lose his Christian faith: I’m struggling to hold fast to my Christianity— because of Donald Trump. Not exactly Trump himself, though, but the undying support of the self-professed Christian … Continue reading

Posted in Christianity, Politics, Social Justice | 33 Comments

Christian School Worker Fired For Expressing Beliefs

More social justice: A Christian school worker who claimed she had been dismissed because of her religious beliefs after raising concerns over teaching young children about LGBTQ+ relationships has lost her case. An employment tribunal ruled that Kristie Higgs had … Continue reading

Posted in Christianity, christophobia, Social Justice | Tagged , , | 2 Comments

Sender and Receivers

Atheist Bob Seidensticker tells us, “If Christianity Were True, There Wouldn’t Be So Many Denominations.”  He then explains, “A perfect creator should be able to accurately convey his perfect message to the people he created. And yet, somehow, he can’t. … Continue reading

Posted in atheism, Christianity, God | Tagged , , | 26 Comments

The Captain Pike Test

In an episode of the original Star Trek series, we meet Captain Christopher Pike. .  At some point in his history, “he is severely injured while rescuing several cadets from a baffle plate rupture on board a J-class training vessel, the delta ray … Continue reading

Posted in atheism, Christianity | Tagged , | 11 Comments